This is becoming the blog where I source Michelle Morin’s whales.
I can’t see an obvious source anyway, and I don’t have time to trawl through the notes to see if it’s been removed from the OP.
Please excuse the reflection on the glass (gonna try another photo shoot one evening; there’s too much excess light in my room otherwise, I think!) but I got a photo of Toksvig flaring. Or at least posturing. He hasn’t got his fills out.
My grumpy deep blue gentleman. <3
Dream high, little conifer, dream high, and you too can be an epiphyte!
Academy Award winner, illustrator and author Shaun Tan takes you through the creative process in the privacy of his studio.
I’m faaaairly confident this is a dress from the Seasalt St. Ives collection. I really wanted it, but it was a strange gappy fit for me against my back.
Edit: Reverse image search strikes again! :D Artists’ and Potters’ collection!
photos by mike roberts, masa ushioda, peter liu and doug perrine of green sea turtles being cleaned by yellow tangs, goldring surgeonfish and saddle wrasse. by feeding on the algea and parasites which grow on the turtle shells, the fish not only keep them clean, but reduce drag, helping the turtles to swim faster.
see also: butterflies drinking turtle tears
He’s all chillin, talkin to his bro’s about his time hangin out with Nemo like, ”first I was like whoa, then I was like whoa, then I was like… whoa…”
Little baby has been rehomed to a home with a lot more potting soil, food and sunshine. Though accidentally lost a leaf. :( will soon be joined by another plant from the yard. It seems to have been tossed out last winter but grew up anyways. #home #life #succulent #green #plant #baby
You know if you let the lost leaf dry for a couple of days, then lay it on top of some succulent-suitable compost, and keep it out of direct sunlight, spraying it occasionally so it’s moist, it should start growing roots and eventually itty-bitty leaves.
I’ve been cultivating some of the leaves that fell off my new succulents this way. It’s taking a while, but plenty have started developing roots this way. =)